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W: U. S. Department of the Army, 1985. Supersedes GTA 3-6-2, June 1975. Ephemera. Single sheet, printed on both sides, 10 inches by 12 inches. Folded and re-folded so that there are 16 panels, eight on each side. Two panels are for notes and is almost completely blank space. Illustrations. Pencil erasure residue on title panel. The primary means of warning units of an actual or predicted CB hazard is the NBC Warning and Reporting system (NBCWRS). It is a key in limiting the effects of attacks. The NBCWRS allows units to determine required protective measures and plan operations. Units take action depending on the mission and type of hazard present. Affected units alter plans to avoid the hazard. The units can upgrade protective measures and occupy or cross the hazard area. The NBCWRS consists of six reports. Each is standardized. The six standard reports are— NBC 1-Initial report, used for passing basic data compiled at unit level. NBC 2-Report used for passing evaluated data. NBC 3-Report used for immediate warning of predicted contamination and hazard areas. NBC 4-Report used for passing monitoring and survey results. NBC 5-Report used for passing information on areas of actual contamination. NBC 6-Report used for passing detailed information on chemical or biological attacks. The reports use standard formats. The warning and reporting system is based on a code letter system.
2001. Staplebound. Various paginations (approximately 100 pages). Illustrations. Figures. Checklists. References. Glossary. Abbreviations and Acronyms. Terms and Definitions. Cover has some wear and soiling. Three-hole punched with staples between the holes at the left side. Marked For Official Use Only. Distribution Restriction: Distribution authorized to U.S. Government agencies only to protect technical or operational information from automatic dissemination under the International Exchange Program or by other means. Destruction Notice also on front cover. It is understood that this restriction is no longer applicable due to the passage of time and availability of copies on-line. Issued in September, 2001, it represents the state-of-knowledge, the state-of-practice, the state-of-doctrine, and the tactical state-of-the-art at the time the United States experienced the 9/11 attacks and began anti-Taliban, anti-Al Qaeda, and anti-terrorism in the Middle East and elsewhere.